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Determine hosts affected on SVC

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Hey folks, anyone know of the best command to run to find out the hosts affected by a node failure on an SVC?
 

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Well, a node failure should not have an impact if the zoning is correct. An IO Group has 2 nodes so, if you've zoned the server to each of the nodes of an IO group, one of the nodes going down should have no impact. Me thinks there's more to this story?
 

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Castaway,
that is correct IF you have the proper multipath software configured on your hosts.

Crooked,
What do you mean by 'affected'?
I/O failover? (no interruption)
I/O interrupted?
 

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